School of Sufi Teaching

United Kingdom

Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi, Chishti, Qadiri & Shadhili practices

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Sufi School is a non-profit charity involved in creating awareness about Sufism and providing authentic Sufi teachings to sincere seekers.

All the teachings are given free of cost and students are not charged for attending our weekly gatherings for teaching, mentoring, discussions and group practices.

Our activities are carried out through voluntary donations. We request you to donate generously to support our work. Any amount of donation to help us to continue this good work will be appreciated and thankfully accepted.

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Name: School of Sufi Teaching
Account Number: 11397222
Sort Code: 40-03-16
Bank: HSBC UK

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Retreats – ongoing information

The school of sufi teaching holds a number of retreats internationally on an ongoing basis. These are hosted by the different local groups of our order in several countries from Scotland and Poland to Australia and Malaysia and more. Information about these retreats is constantly updated on the our international website at www.sufischool.org (link opens in new tab).

There are also regular retreats held in London twice annually, in February and September. The confirmed dates for these can also be found on the link above.

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